Matthew W Ford
External Service (11/30/2010 03:16 PM)
Session chair, “People and Processes,” Process Quality and Productivity
Management track, 41st Annual Meeting of the Decision Sciences
April 2004 - present. Contributor, Minyanville Media, Inc.
November, 2005. Organizer, NKU College of Business town hall meeting. "Making sense of today's financial markets: The need for fiscal literacy."
March, 2004. Presenter, NKU Family Business Center: "Thoughts on Lean Operations."
February - April 2002. Lead examiner, Greater Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce. Small Business of the Year Award evaluation process. Project: Assessment of a Cincinnati-area small business using a modified version of the Malcolm Baldrige Criteria for Performance Excellence.
January 2002 - July 2002. Researcher, Greater Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce Roadmap to Excellence program. Project: Investigation of five small businesses utilizing the Malcolm Baldrige Criteria for Performance Excellence for improvement purposes.
April 2000 - May 2001. Communications director, Center for Quality of Management, Cincinnati chapter.
February 1999. Coordinator, Small Business Institute Director's Association (SBIDA) 23rd Annual Meeting, San Francisco.
September 1998 - December 1999. Case coordination, University of Cincinnati Small Business Institute.
Editorial Review Board: Quality Management Journal.
Ad hoc reviewer: European Journal of Operational Research, International Journal of Quality & Reliability Management.
Conference reviewer: Academy of Management, Decision Sciences Institute, United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE).
Center for Quality of Management, Consolidated Papers, Inc., Greater Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce, Minyanville Media, Inc., Positrol, Inc.
Raymond J. Riha, George Washington University. “A qualitative study of the effects of the self-assessment process in the nuclear power industry.” 2009.
Mark T. Schenkel, University of Cincinnati. “New enterprise opportunity recognition: Towards a theory of entrepreneurial dynamism.” 2004.
NKU Department of Management PACE faculty search committee, 2010.
NKU Department of Management reappointment, promotion, & tenure (RPT) committee, 2010.
NKU College of Business faculty affairs committee, 2009-2010.
NKU Department of Management entrepreneurship faculty search committee, 2009.
Faculty advisor, NKU student chapter of Phi Beta Lambda, 2008 - 2009.
NKU Department of Accountancy reappointment, promotion, & tenure (RPT) Committee, 2008.
NKU Department of Management reappointment, promotion, & tenure (RPT) Committee, 2007 - 2009.
Student group presentation, “Thoughts on resumes.” Presented to NKU Phi Beta Lambda, September 20, 2007.
Faculty presentation, "Outside the lines: Exploring student use of web-based vicarious learning about financial markets." March 23, 2007.
NKU College of Business strategic management (AACSB) committee, December, 2005 - 2007. AACSB accreditation reaffirmed December, 2006.
Faculty presentation, “Profiling change” (with B.M. Greer). Department of Management & Marketing Research Seminar, December 2, 2005.
Student group presentation, “Thoughts on resumes.” Presented to NKU Phi Beta Lambda, October 24, 2005.
Student workshop: “Effective resumes” (with D. Kent), April 18, 2005.
Faculty mentor, Spring 2005.
Faculty Presentation, “Websites and teaching.” Department of Management & Marketing teaching seminar, February 18, 2005.
Coordinator. NKU Department of Management & Marketing curriculum strategic planning subcommittee. November 2004 – present.
Finance Student Association trip to New York City. April 2004.
New undergraduate management course development, “Supply Chain Management”, 2004.
NKU Faculty Senate - professional concerns committee, January 2004 - May 2004.
Student group presentation, “Narrowing career choices.” Presented to NKU Phi Beta Lambda, November 6, 2003.
NKU College of Business academic standards and policies (ASAP) committee, September 2002 – May 2003.
Faculty Presentation: “Experiences with LISREL” sponsored by NKU COB Technology Committee, September 6, 2002.
Management & Marketing Department management program curriculum review
committee, September 2001 – May 2003.
NKU Management & Marketing Department business policy faculty search committee, September 2001 – May 2002.
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